Blue Jackets and Buckeyes By the Numbers

Blue Jackets are ranked…
29th in goals per game (1.6)
24th in goals against per game (3.4)
24th in power play percentage (13.0)
4th in penalty kill percentage (90.0)
21st in penalty minutes per game (17.6)
29th in giveaways (19, only Carolina has fewer)
29th in takeaways (14)
26th in faceoff percentage (46.6)
6th in hits (131)

Jack Johnson is 7th in the league in time on ice per game. (26:54)
James Wisniewski is 16th in the league in time on ice per game. (25:36)
Derek MacKenzie is 20th in faceoff percentage. (58.3 percent)
Ryan Johansen is 48th in faceoff percentage. (52.5 percent)
Jared Boll is 9th in penalty minutes. (20 minutes, including an NHL-leading 4 fighting majors)
Nikita Nikitin is 30th in blocked shots. (10 blocked shots)

Fedor Tyutin leads CBJ with 4 points. Artem Anisimov leads Jackets with 2 goals. RJ Umberger has the best +/- at +1.

Ohio State men’s basketball is…
4th in the Big Ten in scoring offense (73.0 points per game)
2nd in the Big Ten, 24th nationally in scoring defense (57.8 points per game)
8th in the Big Ten in free throw percentage (68.4 percent)
4th in the Big Ten in field goal percentage (45.9 percent)
2nd in the Big Ten in field goal percentage defense (37.9 percent)
3rd in the Big Ten in 3-point field goal percentage (37.2 percent)
2nd in the Big Ten in 3-point field goal percentage defense (30.7 percent)
7th in the Big Ten in rebounding margin (+5.3 per game)
6th in the Big Ten in assists (14.5 per game)
5th in the Big Ten in steals (6.8 per game)
2nd in the Big Ten in turnover margin (+2.68)

Deshaun Thomas is 12th in the nation in scoring. (20.5 points per game)
Thomas also leads the Big Ten in scoring, but there are no other Buckeyes in the top 30 of the league in that category.
Thomas is also 11th in the Big Ten in rebounding. (6.5 per game)
Aaron Craft is second in the Big Ten, 75th nationally in assists. (4.7 per game)
Amir Williams is fourth in the Big Ten in blocks per game. (1.5)
Shannon Scott is second in the Big Ten, 4th nationally in assist to turnover ratio. (3.5)

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